Player is USA. France is ally. Enemy: United Kingdom, Pirates (corsars), Bandits, Native Americans (some can be allied).
In order to win, you must defeat the british soldiers and the british fleet that attack your colony.
If Colonel Washington died, the mission will fail. If the american village was under attack, Washington can be killed.
If the french port was destroyed, battle will be lost.
Nice interesting map, but the scenario ended prematurely. I built the maximum war canoes and caravels (you can't build anything more advanced) and started attacking the red (British?) navy. My craft were all slaughtered by the more advanced red ships, though I reduced their number by 2 or 3. So I built another batch, attacked again, and halfway through my attack the game ended and I was declared victorious. I have no idea why. I didn't even look at their fixed guns. Maybe you will get round to fixing this, but let's have some more of your scenarios please.
brodolas File Author
Posted on 03/14/17 @ 05:29 PM
PJCPJC, thank you for your feedback. Actually I preferred to put also the trigger "British fleet defeated = battle won" because of historical reasons. US revolution doesn't end with the UK invasion, and as you comment "red sheeps are better". You can finish the scenario without fleet, but an ambush of heavy artillery to their one. But is also possible to end the game destroying the british mainland (all buildings trigger): first you need spies, to se the movement of the UK fleet. Then you need to defeat all pirates, without making the red fleet coming. You will see them staying on guard at south-east, coming at north when your boat are attacking. Finally, when attacking UK, need to be careful at the range of the heavy artillery. If you win destroying the fleet, you will receive less points and maybe, even the game declaring you winner, red have more points. That is the difficult of the game: to win completely, you should destroy the UK mainland, without giving a chance of an armistice caused by sea losses, let say, coming to them from the back and kill them. You can try it and see that work. Soon I will have ready "French Revolution", and I'm looking forward to a comment for "Sevastopol". Bye!